"Fast Blood" as written by and Grant David Hutchison David Kennedy....
Good night
It's summer time
Let's get paralyzed down both sides
Sneaking to red sleeping kiss
And your black eyes
Over
Midnight organ fight
Yours gets into mine
It's all right
And the fast blood
Hurricanes through me
And then it rips my roof away with her fire heads
This is the longest kiss
Good night

Oh,

And now I, I tremble,
Because this stumble
Has become miracle
I feel like I just died twice
Was reborn again
For all our dirty sins
And the fast blood, fast blood, fast blood
Hurricanes through me
And then it rips my roof away with her fire heads
This is the longest kiss
Good night
Good night
And then I fall down
I stumble
And she said, good night


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"Fast Blood" as written by Grant David Hutchison David Kennedy

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    General CommentThis is probably my all time favourite song by one of my all time favourite bands. The one thing I love about Frightened Rabbit lyrics is the pure honesty. Songs like 'Keep Yourself Warm' and 'Twist' are written from the heart and I defy any man not to identify with them. This also makes Fast Blood a bit of a tricky one to make out. Is this just about a kiss or is it about sex? Which organs are fighting - is it the heart or the genitals? This song really can be read two ways. Maybe I'm a bit of a romamntic but I think it's about a first kiss goodnight and the emotions and adrenaline (fast blood?) that happen when you first kiss someone you really like. Then again if you've just listened to 'Keep Yourself Warm' maybe this song is purely about having sex. I hope not though as that would ruin it for me!
    maccadon November 17, 2010   Link

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